I would like to make stoppers for stoneware cruets and bottles so that they'll match vs trying to find food quality corks or those plastic pour spout things. I usually glaze fire lids on when I make covered bowls and such, but if I want the bottle necks to be glazed inside, I can't do that. Just thinking about it, I can't decide how I would glaze fire the stoppers. The lower portion of the stoppers will be bare and the part that shows will be glazed. Since they will be tallish and thin and probably not balanced, they can't be stood up on the shelf all by themselves. Do any of you wonderful, experienced pottery folks have any advice for me? I use cone 6 clay and glazes in an electric kiln.
Marian65Member Since 04 Jun 2010
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